Dana Lin
Curriculum Director, Goodman Simulation Center, Stanford School of Medicine

About Me

Dana Lin, MD was born and raised in upstate New York and received her medical degree at University at Buffalo School of Medicine.  She completed her general surgical residency at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, subspecialty training in endocrine surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, as well as a fellowship in surgical education at Stanford School of Medicine.  She is currently the curriculum director of the Goodman Simulation Center at Stanford, where she is invested in designing and implementing skills curricula for medical students and residents, creating mobile software to enhance surgical training, and conducting research in surgical education.  She also holds a faculty position at the VA Palo Alto where she practices general and endocrine surgery.

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 28 1:05 pm (Upper Lobby)
SICKO, a novel gaming platform to teach surgical decision-making
Gamification, defined as the use of game mechanics, dynamics, and frameworks to promote desired behaviors, is increasingly leveraged in education because of its power to engage, motivate, and create an... Read more
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